In the weeks leading up to American artist Ashley Olsen's shocking murder, the Florida-born 35-year-old shared a number of unsettling Instagram posts. Did she know the end was near?
Artist Ashley Olsen was found dead in her Florence, Italy apartment on Saturday, officials confirmed, with scratches and bruising around her neck.
The 35-year-old's Instagram account was flooded chilling posts in the days before her death, including this ominous message: "The future will be confusing."
Olsen, who had been living in Florence for two years, also shared a photo featuring a graffiti message written to another "Ashley" just months before her tragic passing.
As her murder date drew closer, Olsen's Instagram posts became more earnest. This particular photo includes an excerpt detailing the trials of separation and pain in love.
As Radar previously reported, the Florida native's boyfriend first reported her missing, saying they'd had a fight a few days prior and he hadn't heard from her since.
After obtaining a key, the boyfriend and Olsen's landlord entered her apartment on Saturday, where they discovered her body.
Though he was brought in for questioning, Olsen's boyfriend has not been named a suspect at this time.
The blonde beauty, much-loved by those who knew her, seemed slightly aware of trouble ahead, as some more recent photos detailing her daily activities — which often included walking her dog Scout — were captioned with the hashtags "#stalker, #stalkeralert, #creeperintheback, #creeperpic, #weirdshit." An autopsy will be conducted Monday afternoon, after which more answers are expected to be revealed.